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does anyone know what a field effect transistor (FET) is, and why you would use it, rather than a normal transistor?
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hmm,

http://whatis.techtarget.com/definit...213961,00.html

the only reason I can guess, is that they can handle larger currents ? Just a guess mind ..

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look at the sifferences between CMOS and TTL.

The FET your talking about i believe is CMOS rather than TTL.

they have different current levels required, power dissipation, static resistance and a few other things.

cant remember really, did it over 1 year ago.

ive finished systems now so im not too bothered.
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